The late Pastor Pete Peters did a 1 hour show weeknights before he passed away. The shows uploaded were just prior to Hurricane Katrina and post Hurricane Katrina. He organized a relief effort with "War Horse" to bring supplies to white families in Mississippi and Louisiana. Topic: Hurricane Katrina
An audio digest of reports and news on hurricane Katrina recovery from news makers. The report is available for free listening and mp3 download here. The report may be freely copied and distributed for broadcast, web site, blog, etc. The source content is non-copyright public domain. This editorial compilation is released under Creative Commons License. Please cite http://newsandrumor.blogspot.com Topic: hurricane katrina
A natural disaster of unparalleled magnitude devastated one of our favorite continental playgrounds and revealed a suprising impotence in the world's greatest superpower. Was it a political tradgedy? Do we expect too much from our government? Could it happen again? Sometimes, politics are just politics and no one cares. Sometimes, though, apathy is too great a price to pay. Topic: Hurricane Katrina
Victims of Hurricane Katrina at the Islamic Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, speak about their current conditions and desperately search for lost family members ( 1 reviews ) Topics: hurricane katrina, racism, genocide
Bead Artist and New Orleans Native Kim Gernsbacher Swiler creates rosaries, necklaces and bracelets from vintage glass Mardi Gras Beads circa 1960s. To provide support to the relief effort Kim is auctioning three pieces of her Mardi Gras Line of Jewelry. 100% of the proceeds will go to Habitat for Humanity. Topics: Rosary, Hurricane Katrina, Relief Effort
Home footage of New Orleans six months after it was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Filmed on location on February 24, 2006. Locations include the 17th Street Canal, Canal Boulevard, Lake Pontchartrain, the Mid-City region, Chalmette in St. Bernard Parish, the Upper 9th Ward, and the Lower 9th Ward. About the different video formats: - NewOrleans2006.mp4 is recommended for Mac users. - NewOrleans2006.wmv is recommended for Windows users. - NewOrleans2006.ogm is recommended for Linux users. -... Topics: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, Katrina
Bead Aritist and New Orleans native Kim Gernsbacher Swiler creates rosaries,necklaces and bracelts from vintage Czech glass mardi gras beads circa 1960s. To help support the relief efforts Kim is auctioning three pieces of her Mardi Gras Collection on Ebay. 100% of funds go to Habitat for Humanity Topics: Hurricane Katrina, Rosary, Religion, Habitat for Humanity
Rather than doing the smart thing and focusing on the tragedy at hands, Democrats are outpouring their blame on the Republicans and government to have done more. Here is our regularly scheduled podcast edition. The Roaming Gnome pays a visit! I have a revolutionary tax idea that'll knock you "flat," and we'll discuss the deficit spending by consumers. Get straight these issues, "Absolutely Arbitrary," and "In Case You Haven't Noticed," right here, right now, in... Topics: Hurricane Katrina, flat tax, politics, talk radio
Bead Artist and New Orleans Native Kim Gernsbacher Swiler creates rosaries, braclets and necklaces from vintage glass mardi gras beads circa 1960. Kim is auctioning three of her pieces on ebay to raise funds for Habit for Humanity's Hurricane Relief efforts Topics: Hurricane Katrina, Relief, Religion, Rosary, Jewelry
Recordings of his show right after Hurricane Katrina. He organized food relief for towns outside of New Orleans and for folks in Mississippi. He was out of LaPorte Colorado. Topics: Pete Peterson, Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, racism
Traveltelevision Season 6 starts with an interview with Samantha Brown of the Travel Channel and a profile of volunteers working at the Roberto Clemente Clinic in Nicaguaga. It also features rebuilding Joplin, Missouri with the United Way, a visit to a Belgian Brewery, a website to dedicated to help animals in Latin America, and volunteering in the U.K. Topics: travel, volunteer, hurricane katrina, joplin, samantha brown
Danny Glover, Dr. Michael Honey, Clarence Lusane on MLK the radical, MLK critics marking the anniversary of the March on Washington and anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. And our Weekly Earth Minute. Topics: Lusane, Glover, Honey, Hurricane Katrina, MLK
Gulf coast evacuees testify on their experiences during and after hurricane Katrina, as well as responses by state, local, and federal officials Topics: Hurricane Katrina Evacuees Experience, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
Interviews with 3 victims of hurricane Katrina in Pascagoula, Missisippi. Original music and sound effects by Glenn Simonsen. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: hurricane katrina, mississippi, pascagoula, flood, flooding, gulf coast, disaster
You'll hear from the creators of a website that challenges you to balance California's budget. Could you raise money for a relief effort half-a-world away? A young Sacramento man tells you how he's doing it. Sacramento home inspector Jon Gudnason reflects on his visit to post-Katrina Louisiana. Topics: legislator websites, relief efforts, Hurricane Katrina, KXJZ, Sacramento Public Radio
Bead Artist and New Orleans Native Kim Swiler Gernsbacher uses vintage glass Mardi Gras Beads to create rosaries, necklaces and bracelets . The beads--circa 1960ish-- were phased out for plastic beads. The glass beads are very rare. Kim is auctioning three pieces of her jewelry on ebay to raise funds for the relief effort for Hurricane Katrina Topics: Hurricane Katrina, Habit for Humanity, Mardi Gras, Jewelry
The community center of St. Bernard's parish in New Orleans has provided continuous weekly assistance to residents displaced by the huricanes for seven years. Hear how volunteers can assist. Learn how people are helping with the Hurricane Sandy cleanup in New Jersey through a video by Brian Russell. Mark Murphy travels to Halong Bay in Vietnam, and then we moves to Thailand to learn about Give and Get Away Vacations. A profile of the Mpambara Cox Foundation work in Uganda and a close of a brand... Topics: volunteer, travel, volunteerism, traveltelevision, hurricane sandy, joplin tornado, hurricane...
The Fringe is a queer/feminist oriented public affairs show from KDVS in Davis, California. This week's show features news and commentary on Hurricane Katrina, Gay Marriage, and more. Topics: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, hurricane katrina, radio, queer, gay marriage
Rancho Cordova-based Vision Service Plan dispatched mobile vision clinics to Louisiana to aid victims of Hurricane Katrina. Today you'll meet an eye doctor and a city councilman from New Orleans. They are in Sacramento to recognize VSP for their service. Sacramento-raised essayist Richard Rodriguez talks with Jeffrey. You'll also hear singer-songwriter Hans York perform live. Topics: Hurricane Katrina, Vision clinics, Richard Rodriguez, KXJZ, Sacramento Public Radio
Navy and Marine Corps Medical News Issue 22, September 30, 2005 Transformation Office to Streamline Military Health System ...1New Navy Chief with Cancer Anchored in Shipmates’ Support ...2Naval Hospital Great Lakes Corpsman Receives Purple Heart ...2Corpsman Walks Beat with Marines ...3Corpsmen Earn Army Medals for Joint New Orleans Missions ...4Shreveport Medical Team Immunizes More Than 1,000 Hurricane Relief Workers ...4Marines Face New Enemy - Cholesterol ...5 Topics: MEDNEWS, Iraq, Hurricane Katrina, USS Shreveport (LPD-12)
Travel Television just completed its anniversary special which is comprised of the best of our segments. These include volunteers working in New Orleans, a teacher rebuilding in Mississippi after the ravages of Hurricane Katrina, the 9/11 day of service features volunters repairing a veteran's hospital with First Lady Michelle Obama, and volunteers on an alternatie vacation in the Gulf Coast. Our featured volunteer is one very determined woman woman who organized the entire city of Branson,... Topics: volunteer, travel, new orleans, hurricane katrina, purple heart veterans
Trailer "Cataclysm In New Orleans" The aftermath of hurricane Katrina: a disastrous crisis management, instrumentalized to bleach the face of the city and its ethnic constitution. New Orleanians speak about their experiences and odysseys and how they expect their city will change in future. Der Film beschreibt das katastrophale Krisenmanagement nach Hurrikan Katrina, das dazu genutzt wurde die ehemalige Schwarzenhochburg New Orleans von seinen armen Bevölkerungsschichten zu... Topics: New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, Katrina, hurricane, disaster, independent media
A United Methodist church mission rebuilds a park in Joplin, Missouri. American Red Cross volunteers come together for Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. Rebuilding homes in Joplin with Central Ministry, the longest-serving volunteer group in New Orleans. University of Missouri baseball team volunteers in Joplin. Restoring wetlands in the Gulf Coast with Common Ground, a group simultaneously working in Gulf Coast. A Hurricane Sandy profile of Project 195. Topics: volunteer, travel, traveltelevision, joplin, jopln recovery, hurricane katrina
In this month's show, we put all the Katrina pieces together for you, in one devastating timeline. We'll show you how this fiasco can be traced to budget decisions made at the highest level, as a continuation of the neoconservative takeover of the U.S. Government. Also, we have a first-hand report from the huge anti-war protest last month, plus Kevan Quinn throws his hat in the ring to challenge the Christian Right's relentless attack against gay marriage and homosexuals in general. Topics: Hurricane Katrina, Gay Marriage, Homosexuality, Anti-War, Protests, FEMA
StenniSphere reopened Jan. 18, 2006, almost five months after Hurricane Katrina damaged the basement of the building that houses the visitor center. Thanks to the staff's careful preparations before the storm, no artifacts or exhibits were harmed. Topic: StenniSphere, visitor center, Hurricane Katrina, photo-op astronaut Source: http://www.ssc.nasa.gov/sirs/
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu speaks to members of the National Press Club on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. He also discusses a new report on the city's urban renewal and economic recovery initiatives Topics: New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu on Hurricane Katrina, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
This is an attempt to reach people to try and generate donations for the victims of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast via Red Cross Topics: red, cross, Red, Cross, Red Cross, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane, Katrina, huricane, katrina,...
airfield Beach volunteers clean up after Hurricane Sandy. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s day of service on January 20 are featured. University of Missouri student athletes roll up their sleeves and clean up in Joplin. A profile of the longest-serving volunteer in New Orleans. Uuse iPhone apps perfect for the traveling volunteer. Mark Murphy visits Antwerp Belgium. A group of volunteers work throughout the year in Santa's workshop Topics: travel, volunteer, hurricane katrina, volunteer, voluntour hurricane Sandy, Martin Luther King...
Rich came to Atlantic City at age 19 only to find himself involved in destructive behaviors that led him to become homeless. After receiving help from the Mission and the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior, this self-proclaimed “bad kid” worked his way into employment with some of the greatest chefs in the finest restaurants in America. But after the tragic death of his wife and the loss of his home to Hurricane Katrina Rich finds himself searching again for answers from God and help from the... Topics: homeless, Atlantic City, Atlantic City Rescue Mission, Christian, Christianity, ministry, shelter,...